Supersonic vs TuxedoJS: What are the differences?
Supersonic: UI Hybrid Framework – Ionic, AngularJS, Cordova. Supersonic UI is a game-changer. It's an Ionic fork that changes the way you think about hybrid app performance. Supersonic's declarative UI style makes building complex mobile apps a breeze. In the background, the seamless interplay of native UI and HTML5 bakes an end-result that is 100% indistinguishable from any native app; TuxedoJS: A feature-complete framework built on React and Flux. TuxedoJS capitalizes on the performance benefits of React and the simplified application architecture of Flux. It abstracts away unnecessary complexity and implements a more accessible and semantic interface for working with Flux and augmented React components in various aspects of the view logic.
Some of the features offered by Supersonic are:
- Mobile-first CSS components
- Native UI components, with CSS styling
- Declarative UI
On the other hand, TuxedoJS provides the following key features:
- Tuxx abstracts away the complexity of Flux with powerful Actions syntax
- Tuxx provides all of the glue code needed to build stores and register them with the TuxxActions dispatcher
- Tuxx provides powerful opinionated React classes that make connecting with your stores, sharing methods with child components, and building high performance components a synch
TuxedoJS is an open source tool with 533 GitHub stars and 21 GitHub forks. Here's a link to TuxedoJS's open source repository on GitHub.